The GIGN is Frances most darkest, elite special-ops team in France. Originally branching from the French Foreign Legion, the GIGN's operatives are skilled in close combat, knife combat, guerilla warfare, urban counterterror, LTL (Less than lethal) combat and airborne assaults.
A private company consisting of highly-trained soldiers of former military special forces such as British SAS or U.S. Delta Force, that are hired by corporations all over the world to provide VIP protection details and are responsible for foreign intelligence, maritime reconnaissance, and guerilla warfare.
Operation Mongoose was the most famous military operation carried out by Green Berets in Kosovo on March 12, 1999. On the night of March 12, 1999, a Green Beret amazingly assassinated a Serb general with a combat knife. He was awarded the Silver Star Medal for his courage during the operation.
German Stielhandgranate means "Steel Grenade" in German. Was the most popularized German grenades during WWII. It was equipped with a wooden handle and a metal 'cap' that contained explosives. the handle was built to be thrown farther than the American and British grenades.
A german threw a Stielhandgranate at the American position.
TSDA stands for Training Simulator Datastream Addendum. This communications addendum is widely used by covert operatives around the world. It is able to comprehend 6,500 different language, converting it into the operator's native tongue.
Swedish Special Naval Auxiliary force that are charged with protecting and cordoning off Sweden's coastal and littoral zones from enemy amphibious landings and enemy naval attacks. Coastal Rangers are similar to the U.S. Navy SEALs and British SNS (Special Naval Service).